Unitarians march for LGBTQ+ equality at Manchester Pride
Manchester Unitarians took their place with pride in the Manchester Pride parade on Saturday 27 August. Unitarians have long been at the forefront of the battle for LGBTQ+ equality in the city and today continue to advocate for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people in the city and beyond.
Cross Street Unitarian Chapel in Manchester city centre was the first place of worship in the UK to register for civil partnerships back in 2012, later registering to conduct full same-sex marriage ceremonies once that became legal.
Find out more about Unitarians in the Greater Manchester area here.
Find out more about our ongoing LGBT+ Unitarian Voices project here.
Photo credit: Impact Photography, Cheshire.